It takes a planet

“We have to prepare the child for the path, not the path for the child.”

- Tim Elmore

The phrase “It takes a village” became a more popular phrase in the US when Hillary Clinton wrote a book with the same title. The phrase originated in Africa, where it was inferred that it takes a village of people to help raise a child. Clinton took it a step further and stressed how, as a nation, the US should be working together to help raise every child by providing them with the necessary resources and support they require to grow up and thrive as adults. I couldn’t agree more…

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Bridging the gap between Spirit and science. I love creating stuff that inspires and motivates. Always leveling up in life while enjoying the ride!

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